Berlin Capital Program

ELIGIBILITY


The program is targeted at graduating seniors or Masters degree students in the field of journalism or communication at a U.S. university, or young professional journalists, currently employed by U.S. media in the U.S., with fewer than 5 years of work experience in the field.
Applicants must 

  • have U.S. citizenship and a valid U.S.-American passport
  • permanently reside in the U.S.
  • demonstrate relevant academic background and professional interests

DESCRIPTION

The Berlin Capital Program is administered annually by the German-American Fulbright Commission on behalf of the German Foreign Office, which provides the funds for the seminar. The program invites 15 young American journalists and students of journalism to Germany to participate in an intensive series of seminars, presentations, and visits to important German media and German political and cultural institutions. The one-week program is conducted in English. German language proficiency is not required. Through observation, discussion, and research, participants will experience first-hand the German capital city of Berlin, its vibrant and diverse culture, and its fascinating history.

NUMBER OF GRANTS

Up to 15 grants are available.

GRANT BENEFITS

Award benefits include program costs, round-trip transportation from the U.S. to Germany and back, health insurance coverage during the seminar and a per diem allowance for meals, lodging, and local travel.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE & DEADLINES

The deadline for the 2013 Berlin Capital Program has expired. Information about the Berlin Capital Program 2014 will be announced on our website in the spring/summer of 2014.

Contact

Sonderprogramme
Special Programs
Email contact
Fulbright-Kommission
Oranienburger Stra├če 13-14
10178 Berlin
Germany

Participants of the Berlin Capital Program 2010 at ARD - a German public television station.